Back to School with openSAP

    By: Paul Vero on Jul 01, 2013

    My transitioning from Sybase to SAP has been happening this year, mostly in learning new systems for day-to-day duties, learning about the cool knowledge management systems and training on some SAP products. Most training now is self-guidance, primarily for the SAP Business Suite for ASE since the ASE ODBC driver is a major player in the complex system’s linkage between the administrative tools and the application server communicating to the ASE. I still support my primary products: ASE connectivity products, but my curiosity brings me over to the SAP products; one in particular is HANA.

    From my probing around at the education site, I somehow landed on some mailing list and got an invite to enroll in an openSAP course. It’s delivered in MOOC (Massive Open Online Course) format. The course is “Introduction to Software Development on SAP HANA”. Here, I learn native programming on this inmemory database system that I had never worked on before. I had to jump on the opportunity. This openSAP offering looked like the beginning of a great way to get up to speed on all sorts of SAP knowledge. At this point, I am on Unit 4, SAPUI5, in the fourth week of a six-week class. Read along as I discuss the format of the class.

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    Released: July 1, 2013, 10:50 am | Updated: January 27, 2014, 8:06 pm
    Keywords: HANA Article | Technical Journal | HANA | openSAP | Paul Vero | Training




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